from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. megahertz
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- n. Symbol for the megahertz, an SI unit of frequency equal to 106 hertz.
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- n. one million periods per second
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A total of 300 MHz is allocated to TV, but according to Genachowski, in small markets only about 36 MHz of this is actually used, while even in the largest markets usage taps out at 150 MHz.
Though they will probably manage a different complaint (900 MHz is BAD for you!)
So if we assume that NVIDIA is aiming for a 1.5 GHz clockspeed for the CUDA cores, then the TEX units will run at 750 MHz, which is still higher than what we see with current GT200 based cards clocked at 600 MHz to 650 MHz (non-overclocked).
First, the code's execution rate can reach 50 MHz, which is an order of magnitude higher than with an ISS, while retaining a familiar environment.
The spectrums being considered by the FCC include a band of 40 MHz at 2360-2400 MHz, which is a band considered underutilized, or "quiet" right now, and has been used primarily by aerospace firms and the U.S.
That included submitting a study identifying the 750 MHz, which is more than two and a half times broadcasters '294 MHz allotment.
The new embedded DRAM block operates at up to 500 MHz, which is essential for real-time video processing and high-bandwidth networking applications.
Stankey also touted the benefits of using 850 MHz, which is "very effective" in penetrating buildings, and the advantages over CDMA of going from a UMTS-based network to
The line-width for pulsed devices is in the order of 300 MHz, which is compatible with atmospheric pressure broadened lines.
Quote: or the sake of argument, let's say most cards can make it to 800 MHz, which is a 62 MHz overclock.